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. >> reporter: the president blames his opponents to use scare tactics to create misinformation and told the cheering crowd what will be scary is if nothing is done soon, gran junction -- grand junction, colorado. >> how could the government pay for its own health care system. he said -- raising some taxes on people making more than $250,000 a year. >>> also this morning governor martin o'malley wants to cut hundreds of millions of dollars in funding for local governments. he's looking to fill a budget shortfall. the governor says $250 million in state aide could get the ax affecting not only local health departments but also police, community colleges and money for roads. >>> michael phelps is still feeling the effects from thursday's car crash in mt. vernon. he says his ankle is still sore and in the message this morning on his official facebook site, phelps expresses some concern for the woman who police say caused the crash. she was ticketed for running a red light. no one seriously injured. phelps will resume training monday. >>> safety in the skies the next time you try to hop on a
. and what it looks like now. the front is on the left side of the maryland, delaware line. it is bringing us some clouds now and wiping out much of the rain that we had yesterday that was responsible for the rain. but it's wiping things out. if you were to go outside right now, this is the temperature that would be the high tomorrow. the forecast looks like this. temperatures around 60 degrees. clouds will be sprinkled in. daytime highs,en 84 degrees with an overnight low of 60 we'll have the complete forecast coming up in a moment. >>> here's what people are talking about this morning. all the talk is on kennedy's death. a true legend in american politics laid to rest. ending only a story book career and dynasty. his body is laying next to his brothers at arlington national cemetery. >> reporter: senator ted kennedy was laid to rest at arlington national cemetery. on the way to arlington, he made one final visit to the u.s. capitol, hundreds of his staff that worked for him offer the past 47 years filled the steps of the senate. thousands more lined the streets in washington. >> his dedicat
to graduate. join us at >>> good morning, everyone. straight ahead. >>> good morning, a baltimore city woman is recovering from burns after a routine ride on a bus. i'm weijia jiang and next, she shares her story with wjz. >>> football fears as a dozen players are ill in the middle of practice. an update on what happened. >>> and here he comes! hurricane bill spirals near maryland and what to expect. >>> and a stormy saturday in store. your updated first warning weather forecast is straight ahead. eyewitness news saturday morning starts right now. >>> good morning, everyone. and welcome to eyewitness news this saturday. i'm jessica kartalija. >> and i'm tim williams. it's a stormy start to what's going to be an off and on stormy weekend. >> it's muggy. >> yeah, very. >> the temperatures will be in the mid-80s and the item levels are high -- and the humidity levels are high. we've awoken to lightning in the night. and it's been eventful. 'll look at the eastern edge of the state. the storms are you can side -- are subsiding for a bit. 'll see a better chance of storms this afternoo
be bothering us too much today. we're starting to see improvement. first warning live doppler shows a few lingering showers along the coastline, mostly in delaware and over toward atlantic city. and as you see up in the top right of your screen, those are the outer bands out near boston. your forecast looks like this. temperatures starting off in the mid-60s. while we do have a potential of moisture, our daytime high gets into the mid-80s. there is a lot of improvement coming our way. we'll have your forecast in just a little bit. >> just in time for your work week. >> here's what people are talking about this morning. you can call it nature's one- two punch. hurricane bill churned off the coast of maryland as rain showers drenched the area all day yesterday. this morning, pat warren continues our first warning weather coverage. >> reporter: beached. crashing waves battered the eastern shore. both ocean city closed because of the dangerous surf. >> they're limiting no activity in the ocean. some beaches are not allowing surfing or boogieboards. they're allow nothing one in. in our case, w
. a total of 60 homes are affected. the department of public works tells us that the age of the pipe is to blame. it should be fixed sometime this morning. >>> two healthy teen boys were killed while walking on the light rail tracks near lutherville and the train operator never saw them even after impact and we're learning more about the accident and we have more findings. >> reporter: these 17-year-olds thought what they thought was a wise decision, but it was the worse. >> i answered the phone and i said, hi, sweety and what's up and it was the officer. he said there was an accident. and then, everything just fell apart. >> reporter: the biggest thing was, they were on a northbound track and the southbound track tooted at them and they knew it was coming towards us. they went on the other track to see the train coming. >> reporter: but, the debris caused it to switch it and hit them from behind. the police enformed the families there will be no charges. >> they looked at evidence and talked to witnesses and looked at the videotape within and outside of the train. and in that, you k
a person. still not clear exactly what happened, but a fire dispatcher tells us an unidentified male was hit. it appears his foot was severed. he's being treated at shock trauma. >>> new details released in the car crash involving michael phelps. police say phelps didn't cause the accident but is getting a citation anyway. >> reporter: a car accident turns news worthy with a superstar involved. wjz is the only station to capture michael phelps giving his police statement minutes after he crashed into another car. >> reporter: michael phelps was the only person who went to her and asked how she was. opened the passenger side door, leaned in, he was the only attentive person. everybody else was taking pictures of him with their cell phones. >> reporter: the other driver was given a ticket for failure to obey a traffic device. she ran the red light. police are relying on one witness testimony who they say during the interview didn't know yet that phelps was involved in the accident. the olympian is being charged for never establishing residency. >> it could be an oversight, but somethin
news out of baltimore city. city police tell us that one of their officers shot a man in the 4700 block of garrison boulevard. they say the man was shot during a break-in attempt. >>> in other news this morning: federal investigators looking into last week's deadly helicopter crash on a western maryland freeway sent several warnings to the pilot. in a recent report released this week, minutes before takeoff, 23-year-old jeffrey nordock was given warning. the chopper crashed near hagerstown. all four people on board died. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. >>> new developments this morning in health care reform. among the big changes, insurance companies will be limited in how much they can raise premiums and the federal government will have the power to negotiate directly with drug companies for lower prices. >>> cash for clunkers turned out to be more than a boost than originally thought. lawmakers were forced to pump more money into the program after it ran out of cash. the additional funding may run out soon too. >> sky chopper 13 is over a spot where most of these
donations at the gate. today you can look for us. it's all part of wjz's commitment and we'll keep you post on the weather, looks like storms rolling through right now. chances are they could have a little bit of a delay today because of the storms. stick it out and hopefully the bigger thunderstorms are rolling by and maybe a slight delay and we get the game in. >> another chance to beat the red sox. >>> all aboard, it's a fun- fill day and going on at the maryland fairgrounds. >> you can immerse yourself in everything trains. good morning, sharon. >> reporter: when you think of trains, you think of christmas time but apparently they are all year around sport for some. they have have a big train show going on at the fairgrounds, 90 exhibits. good morning. 9090 exhibits. is this for collectors? >> new-comers, novice, anyone, collectors, you can find all types of trains here from all price ranges. >> new and old? >> yes. >> reporter: what about all of the little houses and the fun stuff? >> from kits to pre-built, pre- fabricated, down to kits, any type. >> reporter: there's some fun
the story from the beach for us. marty bass is doing first morning weather. >> don't say danny duty too quickly, somebody might think we had a problem. >>> let's jump straight into the atlantic. bands of rain moving into the del marva. that was what was called danny. danny is a tropical depression right now. winds about 35 miles per hour. um, and he's just simply no threat, to be honest. as a matter of fact, at this point what we're talking about is just a big old noreaster starting to head up the coast. coastal flood statement in effect for the maryland beaches and really, that's about it. we don't have flood watches in land. looking at the day part, we'll start out cloudy. midday, variably cloudy skies. pretty much the same forecast with a diminished chance of a passing shower this evening. 80 at lunch. on its way to a high temp in the lower 80s. >> jessica kartalija filed this report from ocean city. strong waves and a dangerous rip current. the tropical depression begins moving up the coastline here. >> reporter: concerns over tropical storm danny may be few in ocean city, but the f
that causes bleeding, you should not use plavix. when taking plavix alone or with some other medicines including aspirin, the risk of bleeding may increase so tell your doctor before planning surgery. and, always talk to your doctor before taking aspirin or other medicines with plavix, especially if you've had a stroke. if you develop fever, unexplained weakness or confusion, tell your doctor promptly as these may be signs of a rare but potentially life-threatening condition called ttp, which has been reported rarely, sometimes in less than two weeks after starting therapy. other rare but serious side effects may occur. >>> welcome back to eyewitness news sunday morning. i'm jessica kartalija. >> and i'm i'm i'm burnadette woods. it is in the 70s outside and the dew points indianapolis the 730s. we have had some fog this morning. we see more sunshine breaking through and temperatures really jumping up into the low 90s for our highs and the humidity is also really going to be a factor. we were talking about it art this morning. not the best of hair days and it is not going to be tomor
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